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Welcome to On The Line!Joe Mullings is hoping to provide insight to those looking to really drive his personal careers with advice rooted in 3 decades of career development and coaching. Joe has helped build hundreds of companies working closely with CEO’s and entrepreneurs in the high-tech world. He founded the top search firm in the medical device industry and has built other businesses including The Armory which had world class UFC fighters and World Champion Brazilian Jiu Jitsu professionals. Make sure to come back weekly for new content

Latest Episodes

Episode 70: Boston Stoking the Medtech Fire

Over the past 5 years Boston has stepped up their game by becoming one of the major players in medtech innovation. On this week’s Careers On The Line episode, Joe Mullings and Cristina Brummett chat about the influx of VC money into Boston and the relationship between big-tech, biotech & medtech. They also discuss some of the leading indicators that proves that Boston is stoking the fire when it comes to medtech innovation and how this information can help inform your career.

20 MINMAR 21
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Episode 70: Boston Stoking the Medtech Fire

Episode 69: Medical Devices & Consumer Products - Have the lines been blurred?

Joe Mullings and Holly Scott sit down and discuss the emerging opportunities in medtech regarding the increase in partnerships between Medical Devices and Consumer Technology companies . As this relationship between med-tech and consumer-tech continues to evolve; how does this blur the line between how we define the two? What does this mean for your career and career trajectory? Answers to all this and more on this week’s 69th episode of “Careers On The Line.”

14 MINMAR 13
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Episode 69: Medical Devices & Consumer Products - Have the lines been blurred?

Episode 68: Emerging Careers in Contract Manufacturing & Design

In this episode of Careers On The Line, Joe Mullings and Maria Peters have returned from the MD&M West Conference in LA to share their thoughts and highlights from the show. Medtech start-ups continue to trend towards specialty and advanced tech development in order to meet the demands of niche markets (think sensors and data.) The Contract Manufacturing & Design industry has responded by evolving and becoming the backbone of medtech innovation. In addition, Joe and Maria share several great points to consider on why a career move into the Contract Manufacturing & Design space can help augment and accelerate your career trajectory in the medical device industry.

16 MINMAR 7
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Episode 68: Emerging Careers in Contract Manufacturing & Design

Episode 67: Medtech Startup Financing - A Groundbreaking Approach

When considering a new career opportunity we advise individuals to explore “The 4 Pillars” : market, product, leadership and mission. However, all those items require “fuel in the tank” to keep the organization alive….MONEY. On today’s podcast, Joe Mullings interviews David Hochman, Chairman and CEO of Orchestra BioMed. David brings to the table over 20 years of venture capital, entrepreneurial and investment banking experience and his powerful perspective on the future of financing opportunities in MedTech. Listen in as David shares with us an incredibly innovative financing model, where he deploys a currently used model in Biotech / Biopharma that Orchestra BioMed has pivoted for use in the MedTech space.

41 MINFEB 28
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Episode 67: Medtech Startup Financing - A Groundbreaking Approach

Episode 66: Networking, Connectivity and LinkedIn with Steve Nudelberg

Steve Nudelberg's career has always been about outworking everybody that he knows. But the one common denominator that has really made him successful is that he always invests in the people. No matter what business you're in, there's nobody doing it themselves. We live in a world that's all connected. As Joe Mullings and Steve discussion in this episode, if you plug into the power of that connectivity and networking on platforms like LinkedIn, you can discover more opportunities for your career.

38 MINFEB 21
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Episode 66: Networking, Connectivity and LinkedIn with Steve Nudelberg

Episode 65: Resignation, Leave On The Best Terms

When it comes time to leave your current position, what you do the last two weeks is what that company and your colleagues are going to remember about your entire stay. What you do, how you transition, how you carry yourself when you know you're leaving is what that company is going to remember. In today's episode of Careers On The Line, Joe Mullings and Holly Scott discuss that sensitive topic of Resignation and how to ensure that you leave on the best of terms. How you leave your current company will carry forward throughout the rest of your career.

12 MINFEB 13
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Episode 65: Resignation, Leave On The Best Terms

Episode 64: Navigating a Career in Healthcare Robotics and Digital

What should you be thinking about when pursuing a career in healthcare robotics? Joe Mullings and Maria Peters discuss the opportunities in healthcare robotics which are designed to help augment a physician's capabilities and the surgeon's capabilities. What is that job going to look like today and what that market's going to look like in three years. How you're mapping what you're doing today will help you move into that. A great discussion for those seeking a new career or looking for a career in healthcare robotics.

28 MINFEB 7
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Episode 64: Navigating a Career in Healthcare Robotics and Digital

Episode 63: Salary Negotiations: Know Your Data, Options and Alternatives

Salary negotiations should start early and often. Too many people, both the hiring company and the individual, wait until the offer stage to start discussing salary. Joe Mullings and Holly Scott discuss why it’s important to start that process very early in the interview process and the advantage of transparency. Know your data, know your options and know your alternatives when it comes to Salary Negotiations.

18 MINJAN 30
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Episode 63: Salary Negotiations: Know Your Data, Options and Alternatives

Episode 62: Brian Johnson, President MassMEDIC

In today's episode, Joe Mullings is joined in the studio by Brian Johnson, President of MassMEDIC. Founded in 1996, the Massachusetts Medical Device Industry Council (MassMEDIC) is the largest regional MedTech association in the United States, with over 300 members. Joe and Brian discuss how Boston is the global epicenter of innovation in medicine along with MassMEDIC's new mission to build a techological community.

33 MINJAN 23
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Episode 62: Brian Johnson, President MassMEDIC

Episode 61: Your Career is 20% Sales and 80% Marketing

Too much in career advice today indexes towards job search. However you want to be more strategically thinking through your career in the long game. Joe Mullings and Holly Scott discuss why you should balance out your career activities as 20 percent sales and 80 percent marketing.

16 MINJAN 16
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Episode 61: Your Career is 20% Sales and 80% Marketing

Latest Episodes

Episode 70: Boston Stoking the Medtech Fire

Over the past 5 years Boston has stepped up their game by becoming one of the major players in medtech innovation. On this week’s Careers On The Line episode, Joe Mullings and Cristina Brummett chat about the influx of VC money into Boston and the relationship between big-tech, biotech & medtech. They also discuss some of the leading indicators that proves that Boston is stoking the fire when it comes to medtech innovation and how this information can help inform your career.

20 MINMAR 21
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Episode 70: Boston Stoking the Medtech Fire

Episode 69: Medical Devices & Consumer Products - Have the lines been blurred?

Joe Mullings and Holly Scott sit down and discuss the emerging opportunities in medtech regarding the increase in partnerships between Medical Devices and Consumer Technology companies . As this relationship between med-tech and consumer-tech continues to evolve; how does this blur the line between how we define the two? What does this mean for your career and career trajectory? Answers to all this and more on this week’s 69th episode of “Careers On The Line.”

14 MINMAR 13
Comments
Episode 69: Medical Devices & Consumer Products - Have the lines been blurred?

Episode 68: Emerging Careers in Contract Manufacturing & Design

In this episode of Careers On The Line, Joe Mullings and Maria Peters have returned from the MD&M West Conference in LA to share their thoughts and highlights from the show. Medtech start-ups continue to trend towards specialty and advanced tech development in order to meet the demands of niche markets (think sensors and data.) The Contract Manufacturing & Design industry has responded by evolving and becoming the backbone of medtech innovation. In addition, Joe and Maria share several great points to consider on why a career move into the Contract Manufacturing & Design space can help augment and accelerate your career trajectory in the medical device industry.

16 MINMAR 7
Comments
Episode 68: Emerging Careers in Contract Manufacturing & Design

Episode 67: Medtech Startup Financing - A Groundbreaking Approach

When considering a new career opportunity we advise individuals to explore “The 4 Pillars” : market, product, leadership and mission. However, all those items require “fuel in the tank” to keep the organization alive….MONEY. On today’s podcast, Joe Mullings interviews David Hochman, Chairman and CEO of Orchestra BioMed. David brings to the table over 20 years of venture capital, entrepreneurial and investment banking experience and his powerful perspective on the future of financing opportunities in MedTech. Listen in as David shares with us an incredibly innovative financing model, where he deploys a currently used model in Biotech / Biopharma that Orchestra BioMed has pivoted for use in the MedTech space.

41 MINFEB 28
Comments
Episode 67: Medtech Startup Financing - A Groundbreaking Approach

Episode 66: Networking, Connectivity and LinkedIn with Steve Nudelberg

Steve Nudelberg's career has always been about outworking everybody that he knows. But the one common denominator that has really made him successful is that he always invests in the people. No matter what business you're in, there's nobody doing it themselves. We live in a world that's all connected. As Joe Mullings and Steve discussion in this episode, if you plug into the power of that connectivity and networking on platforms like LinkedIn, you can discover more opportunities for your career.

38 MINFEB 21
Comments
Episode 66: Networking, Connectivity and LinkedIn with Steve Nudelberg

Episode 65: Resignation, Leave On The Best Terms

When it comes time to leave your current position, what you do the last two weeks is what that company and your colleagues are going to remember about your entire stay. What you do, how you transition, how you carry yourself when you know you're leaving is what that company is going to remember. In today's episode of Careers On The Line, Joe Mullings and Holly Scott discuss that sensitive topic of Resignation and how to ensure that you leave on the best of terms. How you leave your current company will carry forward throughout the rest of your career.

12 MINFEB 13
Comments
Episode 65: Resignation, Leave On The Best Terms

Episode 64: Navigating a Career in Healthcare Robotics and Digital

What should you be thinking about when pursuing a career in healthcare robotics? Joe Mullings and Maria Peters discuss the opportunities in healthcare robotics which are designed to help augment a physician's capabilities and the surgeon's capabilities. What is that job going to look like today and what that market's going to look like in three years. How you're mapping what you're doing today will help you move into that. A great discussion for those seeking a new career or looking for a career in healthcare robotics.

28 MINFEB 7
Comments
Episode 64: Navigating a Career in Healthcare Robotics and Digital

Episode 63: Salary Negotiations: Know Your Data, Options and Alternatives

Salary negotiations should start early and often. Too many people, both the hiring company and the individual, wait until the offer stage to start discussing salary. Joe Mullings and Holly Scott discuss why it’s important to start that process very early in the interview process and the advantage of transparency. Know your data, know your options and know your alternatives when it comes to Salary Negotiations.

18 MINJAN 30
Comments
Episode 63: Salary Negotiations: Know Your Data, Options and Alternatives

Episode 62: Brian Johnson, President MassMEDIC

In today's episode, Joe Mullings is joined in the studio by Brian Johnson, President of MassMEDIC. Founded in 1996, the Massachusetts Medical Device Industry Council (MassMEDIC) is the largest regional MedTech association in the United States, with over 300 members. Joe and Brian discuss how Boston is the global epicenter of innovation in medicine along with MassMEDIC's new mission to build a techological community.

33 MINJAN 23
Comments
Episode 62: Brian Johnson, President MassMEDIC

Episode 61: Your Career is 20% Sales and 80% Marketing

Too much in career advice today indexes towards job search. However you want to be more strategically thinking through your career in the long game. Joe Mullings and Holly Scott discuss why you should balance out your career activities as 20 percent sales and 80 percent marketing.

16 MINJAN 16
Comments
Episode 61: Your Career is 20% Sales and 80% Marketing
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